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andre_alder
05-22-2003, 08:23 PM
Hi folks,

I am looking for tutorials about 3D Max and Combustion integration, some tips about RPF/RLA.....

Where could I find this kind of tutorials?

Thanx
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4 low
05-22-2003, 10:34 PM
Don't have any tutorials, but here's a tip on rendering .RPFs out of MAX for doing 3D Post effects in Combustion2:

Jack Pfeiffer
05-23-2003, 11:42 AM
Hi..

Have you already tried the FREE Tutorials from Distreet?

With the DEMO Version, as well as Purchased Combustion v2 Software you get 13 tutorials...
Lesson 13 works with 3ds max files.....
Note that these lessons are included tutorials that come with the Combustion v2 demo and product CD-ROM. FYI: Lessons 1, 7, 9 and 12 are the same as posted at the Discreet website.
If you purchased combustion 2 or have the demo version, you simply install the tutorials from the software CD. Instructions are available as a PDF with the demo version, and printed with the purchased version.
If you DOWNLOADED the demo version from the Discreet website, the tuts have deliberately been "left off" simply due to file size. You will have to downlaod them seperately from:

http://www.discreet.com/products/combustion/combustion_tutorials.html

LAST NOTE.. Remember that with demo version software, you are NOT able to save your work, and when you render, you get a large red X on the screen.

--combustion Tutorials with Cv2 Demo/Full Versions:
Number 13 ---- Using Scenes from 3ds max - two exercises
Description of Exercises:
Exercise 1: Working with 3D Scenes in a Single Layer - Import rich pixel footage rendered in 3ds max™ featuring a TV set and examine the extra data channels in the footage. Use 3D Post operators to replace the test pattern on the TV screen with other footage.
Exercise 2: Working with Multiple Layer 3D Scenes - Composite video footage with rich pixel footage rendered in 3ds max.


bye,

jack

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